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180 E 95TH ST |Upper East Side
Time on market: 600 days
Taxes/Maintenance: $0
Property type: Townhouse
Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Few townhouse blocks in the city are so well preserved as 94th to 95th Street from Lexington to Third Avenue. Many of the 29 extant houses on this block have their original 50-foot-deep gardens--and all enjoy wonderful sunlight, low garden walls, and a high and leafy tree canopy. Standing 18. HISTORY In 1878, German brewer George Ehret built an impressive Italianate mansion at 1197 Park Avenue, at the top of what was then a majestic outlook on the corner of Park Avenue and 94th Street. The year before, the magnate's Hell Gate Brewery had become the largest producer of beer in America. Mr. Ehret's new Park Avenue home provided proximity to his plant, which would eventually encompass much of the area between 91st to 94th Street, bounded by Second and Third Avenues. Though the mansion at 1197 Park Avenue was eventually torn down and the brewery was heavy hit by prohibition, George Ehret's impact on the neighborhood lives on in the name of Hellgate Hill. Many neighborhood and block associations have worked for decades to preserve the innate character of this fine neighborhood more

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30 Year Fixed